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Andrew Moses Cox

San Antonio, Texas

Jan 8, 2000 – Oct 1, 2016 (Age 16)


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Porter Loring Mortuary North Obituary

Andrew Moses Cox, 16, was found to have taken his life on Saturday, October 1, in an ill-conceived permanent solution to a temporary problem. Andrew was born January 8, 2000, in San Antonio, Texas and born again by receiving Christ as Savior at a young age. He attended River City Believers...

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Rest in Peace Andrew.

I, along with the throngs of family and friends who love you, will always celebrate your warm heart, quick mind, sunny disposition, and devotion to God, family, and friends. Nothing can wilt these cherished memories any more than winter - no matter how fierce when we are in its throes - can permanently forestall the rebirth of spring.

Bill, April and family, please know that many, including us, have you in our prayers. Your strength and grace at such a time are a profound inspiration to all of us and we are heartened to know that these gifts from God are also lifting Andrew up to his place in our Father's kingdom. - The Whittington family

Dear Cox Family,

Please accept our deepest condolences during the toughest time in a parents life. Words will never fill the void Andrew has left behind, rest in the knowledge you all will see him again.

May peace be with you all.

John T. and Sheryl A. Burford
Houston TX

Dear April, Bill, William Jr, Gavrie, and Lucas, I put a note in the mail to you yesterday. I've seen the outpouring of love and support for you online, and I'm sure you are receiving even more through the postal service, including one from me. Words are inadequate in times like this, but I hope you get some sense of how deeply I grieve with you.
Many Blessings, Jeany

To the Cox family, you have been in our prayers and hearts.

Our deepest condolences to the entire Cox Family.

To the Cox family,
We are sorry to hear about Andrew.
May God comfort you and carry you through this.
You are in our prayers.

I wish that I had the opportunity to befriend him. From what I learned today, at the celebration of his life, he touched many people through his wit, compassion, and knowledge. I appreciate you sharing him with us.
May you find comfort and peace.